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Promising Practices: Considerations for the Accessibility of Sign Language for Individuals with CVI

Considerations for the visual accessibility of sign language alongside methodologies to support ongoing evaluation

CVI results in a diverse presentation of visual behaviors consistent with ventral and dorsal stream dysfunction, causing difficulty with object recognition and impaired visuospatial processing respectively. Marguerite Tibaudo (Education Director of the Deafblind Program at Perkins) reviews these implications and shares considerations and discussion points for the visual accessibility of sign language alongside methodologies to support ongoing evaluation.

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Introductory
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Approximately one hour
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